Open Range Events
Scattered Souls Paranormal
Deadwood, South Dakota
“City of Ghosts”
Open Range Events Presents the first ever ghost hunting weekend extravaganza in Deadwood, South Dakota!
Come join us on
May 2-5, 2019
3 Night Event
In one of the most historical and haunted Wild West Locations.
Check out our itinerary below with other small surprises to come.
Tickets are non-refundable & rooms are NOT INCLUDED in ticket price.
Thursday May 2
- 6PM – Registration will begin at the bar of the Bullock Hotel and a meet and greet with Scattered Souls Paranormal and your event coordinators. Hordiorves will be served (included in your ticket price) along with a cash bar.
- 11PM – Private ghost walk of the Bullock Hotel with stories of the past and ghosts who still haunt the hotel
- 12:30 AM – Investigations on own of the Bullock Hotel
Friday May 3
- 10AM-1:45PM – There will be 4 different lectures available to attend. The presenters are Founder of Scattered Souls Paranormal –Shawn Schmidt (Tech 101 Do’s and Dont’s), Founder of C.J.P.I. Investigation and member of Scattered Souls Paranormal – Chris Jiminis (Ghost Hunting 101), Member of Scattered Souls Paranormal Audio and Video Tech and author – Jason Calderwood (Deadwood Fact or Fiction), and Founder of Finding Phantoms and Tarot Reader – Ryan Wefelmyer (Crescent Tarot and Inside the Consciousness of Reality).
- 1:45 pm – Lunch break on your own.
- 3PM – Take a bus (pick up in front of Bullock) to tour three museums, the Adams museum and house and days of 76 museum. This involve history and artifacts from the 1800s.
- 6:15PM – We have a pleasant surprise. You are cordially invited…. (🤫Shhhhhhhh.. It is a wedding) with a reception dinner included in your ticket price.
- 8PM – Lecture with the Black Hills Paranormal Investigations team.
- 9PM – 11PM – Special Guest Psychic Medium Dani Jo will be doing a Gallery reading.
- 11PM – Prepare to investigate the Bullock Hotel all night at your leisure with or without a team lead.
Saturday May 4
Do what you will with your morning; take a stroll through town, sleep in, or go shopping.
- 1PM – Take a bus on a guided tour of Deadwood and Mt. Moriah Cemetary.
- 4PM – In front of the Bullock Hotel is a reenactment of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane.
- 5PM – Dinner break on your own.
- 7:30PM – Meet at bar and be placed into four groups consisting of fifteen people for ghost hunting.
- 8PM-3AM – You will investigate four spots including; the Fairmont Hotel, The Original #10 Saloon, The Adams house, and the Bullock Hotel for a total of seven hours. (Each group will have a lead investigator who will take the group to each location for an hour and a half investigation.)
Sunday May 5
Say goodbyes and depart.
There are only 26 rooms available at the Bullock Hotel, However, there is the historical Silverado Franklin Hotel one minute from the Bullock. Please find below the information to reserve your rooms at the Bullock and also the Franklin.
Historic Bullock Hotel
633 Main Street
Deadwood, South Dakota 57732
(605) 578-1745 (Mention Open Range Events To Book Your Room)
Historic Silverado Franklin Hotel
700-709 Main Street
Deadwood, South Dakota 577732
Founder of Scattered Souls Paranormal
Founder of C.J.P.I. Investigation and member of Scattered Souls Paranormal
Tarot Reader, Counselor, Raven & Wolf Enchantments
Member of Scattered Souls Paranormal Audio and Video Tech and Author
Founder of Finding Phantoms and Tarot Reader
Maurice 'Mo' Miller
Lead Investigator Black Hills Paranormal Investigations
Co-Lead Investigator / Case Manager Black Hills Paranormal Investigations. Mark is also an author and co-wrote Haunted Deadwood: A True Wild West Ghost Town.
Psychic Medium Black Hills Paranormal Investigations
Learn about the history and the people who once lived and died in this town, and the ones who still remain.
The gold rush of 1876 brought all kinds of people to Deadwood, SD. It attracted pioneers and prospectors seeking their fortune, along with lawless, unsavory types bringing murder, mayhem and Deadwood’s heralded status in Wild West lore. The legendary locale — the only US town to be named a National Historic Landmark — is alive with stories of its dead residents haunting present-day hotels and saloons.
The discovery of gold in the southern Black Hills in 1874 set off one of the great gold rushes in America. In 1876, miners moved into the northern Black Hills. That’s where they came across a gulch full of dead trees and a creek full of gold and Deadwood was born.
Practically overnight, the tiny gold camp boomed into a town that played by its own rules that attracted outlaws, gamblers and gunslingers along with the gold seekers. Wild Bill Hickok was one of those men who came looking for fortune. But just a few short weeks after arriving, he was gunned down while holding a poker hand of aces and eights – forever after known as the Dead Man’s Hand.
Deadwood has survived three major fires and numerous economic hardships, pushing it to the verge of becoming another Old West ghost town. But in 1989 limited-wage gambling was legalized and Deadwood was reborn.
Today, the town is booming once again. You’ll find modern-day casinos, resort hotels, full-service spas, big name concerts, and some of the best parties in the entire United States. Come walk in the footsteps of our legends and make history in Deadwood.
Getting to the Black Hills
The Black Hills are serviced from Rapid City Regional Airport by three major airlines: Northwest, United, and Delta, which provide direct flights from Denver, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis/Saint Paul and Chicago. Interstate 90, which runs along the eastern and northern boundaries of the Black Hills, is the region’s major thoroughfare. For more travel information, contact the Deadwood Chamber of Commerce at (800) 999-1876 or Black Hills Central Reservations at (877) 458-3723